Wacth: Link Video Shows Real bullying of students with special needs at Arvin High School

Bosscha.idA parent told News 17 that the student in the video has special needs. In the video, the student is seen cutting his hair while wiping his eyes, while other students are drawing, recording and laughing. 17 The news did not show this video because the student was still young and his mother told us not to. This video contains plain language.

When a student told him in Spanish not to cry, he could hear the students laughing. Arvin Councilman Daniel Beverly said he was “outraged” by the video shot at the high school. Beverly said she wants to hold the school accountable. A spokesperson for Kern High School told Telemundo Valle Central that Arvin High School management is aware of the video and the behavior shown is “completely unacceptable”.

 

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A spokesperson for Kern High School sent this statement to Telemundo Valle Central:

Arvin High School officials are aware that the video is being shared on social media. The behavior shown in this video is completely unacceptable, we do not tolerate any form of abuse. When students exceed the limits of acceptable behavior, they will be held accountable for their behavior and the school will support any student involved.

The incident is being thoroughly investigated and appropriate training will be provided. Concerned parents of the student spoke to the media Thursday afternoon at San Diego Park in Lamont. On Thursday night, the City of Arvin released a statement saying the city and Arvin Police have contacted the school and local government about the incident.

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City officials said they are investigating the incident and providing support and resources for a “quick resolution” of the matter. Reports say a protest will take place outside Arvin Heights at 10 a.m. Friday. This can change.

The student’s family and community members expressed outrage. Avelina Santiago, the student’s mother, told Karen Marroquin of Telemundo Valle Central that she wants the victims and people who saw the video to respond.

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